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AUCTION SALES. THIS AFTERSOOIf. )_ ADAM A. WESCHLE.K. AUCTIONEER. Trustees' Sale of Two-story I Frame Dwellings. Nos. 204, 206 and 208 N St. S.K. and 1266, | 1268 and 1270 2d St. S.E, Bf virtue "f a certain deed of trust duly recorded In Liber No. 2S19. folio 14." et seq., of the land record* of the District of Columbia. and ai the request of the party secured thereby, we, the undersigned trnstees. will sell at pnhlle auction. In front of the premises, on THT'RSI?AY. THE ELEVENTH DAY OK A CO EST. A D 191" COMMENCING AT FIVE O'CLOCK F \l . the following described land and premises, situate in the city of Washington. District of Columbia, to wit: Lots numbered 17, lfi and 19 In Luther G. Rilling*' subdivision In square 770. a* |ver plat recorded In Rook 15. page 111, in the office of the surveyor for said District. Improved by frame dwellings Noa. 204. 206 and 209 N at. a.e. IMMEDIATELY" THEREAFTER. By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded In Liber 2969. folio 188 et seq.. of the land records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, lots 22. 23 and 24 In Luther G. Rlllinga' subdivision In square numbered 770. as per plat recorded In ;; Rook 15. page 111. In the office of the surveyor > for said District. Improved by frame dwellings I No* 1266 1269 and 1270 2d at. s.e. I! Term* of sale: One third of the purchase ;J morev to be paid In cash and the balance In two ; J equal Installments, payable in one and two <B years, with Interest at 6 per centum per an- < tam, payable semi annually, from day of sale, secured by deed of trust upon the property sold, j 5 or all cash, at the option of the pnrchaser. A '9 deposit of $i'K) on each honse will be required of 1* the purchaser at the time of sale. All convoyanrlng. recording, etc.. at the cost of the pur- ; s chaser. Terms of sale to be complied with ; 3 within fifteen days from day of sale, other- 3 wise the trustees reserve the right to resell the : j Groperty. at the risk and cost of the default- 13 ig purchaser, after five daya* advertisement of 3 such resale in some newspaper published In the City of Washington D. C. 1 HENRY H. BERGMAXN. 3 GEORGE M. EMMERICH. 3 IraR-dAds.eSn Trustees. ; 3 srwT'?v*Ts?ii? nt va 13 THOMAS DOWIJNG & CO., AUCTS.. | 812 E ST. N.W. X TRUSTEES' SALE OF BRICK DWELLING NO. ? 53 O STREET NORTHWEST AND UN1M ? PROVED PROPERTY ADJOINING. ? By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Conrt X of "the District of Columbia. in Equity Cause X No. 20433. ?f will sell at public auction, in I front of premises, on TUESDAY. Al'Ol'ST X TWENTY-THIRD. 191M. AT HALF PAST FOCR ? O'CLOCK P.M.. the following described land and * premises, situate in the city of Washington. X District of Columbia, distinguished as lots 53. X Ml and 60 In Edward Clark's subdivision of lots X in square 61R. as t>er plat recorded in Book X W. F., page 15. of the records of the surveyor's ? office of the District of Columbia, with the lm- J provoments thereon. ? Terms of sale: One-third cash, balance In X equal installments at one and two years, se- J cured by a deed of truat on the property aold. X with interest at tfCr per annum, payable acmt- ? annually, or all cash, at purchaser's option. A ? deposit of $lrt<> required of purchaser at time of X sale. All conveyancing and recording at cost of ? purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied with X within 15 days or the trustees reservp the right X to resell at the risk and cost of the defaulting ? purchaser after 5 days' previous advertisement ? in some newspaper published in Washington. X D. C. X JAMES F. Bl'.NDY. X 420 5th st. n.w.. ? Trustee. ? MARION T. CLINKSCALF.S. ~ 503 D St. n.w., X anll-riftda.cSu Trustee. THOS. J. OWEN ft SON, AUCTIONEERS. _ TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED _ REAL ESTATE. 1313 24TH STREET I NORTHWEST. L Ry Tirtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded In Liber No. 2939, folio 292 et seq.. of the land records of the District of Columbia, and at the reoueat of the nartv secured therebv. the undersigned trustees will sell at public auction. In front of the premises, on MONDAY, THE FIFTEENTH DAY OF AUGUST. A. D. 1910. AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., the following described land and premises, situ- e ate In the city of Washington. District of Co- oi lumbla. and designated as and being lot num- tc bered twent y-seven I27>, In Joseph M. Car- ft mode's subdivision of lots In square numbered p; thirty-five <35>. as recorded in the offlce of the j,, surreyor of the District of Columbia in book 30. page 95. together with the Improvements, consisting of two-story six-room and bath dwell ing. Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase j money to be paid In cash, balance payable in three years, with Interest at 6 per centum per C annum, payable semi-annually, from day of sale, secured by deed of trust upon the property sold, p or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of $200 will he required at time of sale. PJ All conveyancing, recording, etc.. at cost of c( purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied with within fifteen days>from day of sale, otherwise c( the trustees reserve the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of defaulting pur-' t, chaser, after five days' advertisement of such resale In some newspaper published In Wash- it ington, D. C. HORATIO N. TAFLIN, THOMAS J DEAVITT. ?u18.104.22.168*13 Trustees. 1407 F at. n.w. ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER. CHANCERY SALE OF BRICK DWELLING, NO. 210 F STREET NORTHEAST. By virtue of a deeree of the Supreme Court IT of the District of Columbia, passed in Equity j? Cause No. 29326. I. the undersigned trustee. will sell at public auction In front of the premlues, on WEDNESDAY. THE SEVENTEENTH c DAT OF AUGUST. A. D. 1910, AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following described land JS and premises, situate In the city of Washing- ii ton. In the District of Columbia, and designated ss and being lot numbered one hundred and one MOD, In square seven hundred and Hfty-three <753). improved by a six-room and bath brick dwelling. No. 210 F at. n.e. Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase j money to he paid in chsh. and the balance In T two equal Installments, payable In one and two ot years with interest at 6 per centnm per annum, j,, psyabl? semi-annually, from day of sale, se- oj cured by deed of trust upon the" property sold. or all ctfsfc. at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of $150 will be required of the pur- OI chaser at the time of sale. All conveyancing. e) recording and notarial fees at the cost of the purchaser. Terms of sale to he complied with w<S Vie. /Ues Jar o$ sola ntKorvIsP " 11 him ii i i ?th <ia? m ii" ui 'in ? i'i iair. "i"' ? " * " ? the trusts reserves the right to resell the property at the risk and coat of the defaulting pur- ? chaser. after Are days' advertisement of such resale In some newspaper published in the city of Washington. D. c. 1 R. PRESTOS SHEAL.EY, Trustee. anS-dAds.exS Colorado building. TRUSTEE'S 8AI,F. OF THE BRICK I>WKU?> e< 1NG NO. 701 VIRGINIA AVEXUE SOUTH- tl EAST ai By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Ouirt of tl the'District of Columbia, in equity cause No. a SKHI. the undersigned trustee will sell, at pub- Ii He auctloif. in front of said premises, on FRI- A TOT. THE NINETEENTH DAY OF AUGUST. T 19K>. \T FIVE O'CIjOck P.M.. part of square p No 90,">. in the city of Washington. District of I Columbia, contained within the following nwfes li and hounds: Beginning on Virginia avenue 49.59 V feet southeasterly from the southwest corner of s raid square and running thence southeasterly f" along said avenue 19.58 feet: thence north- T easterly 4b feet: thence northerly 49 08 feet; tl tbeB'-e westerly 23 98 feet; thence" southeasterly to a point 49 fepr easterly from 7th street; said o point being the southeast corner of the prop- A rty owned by Charles E. Nelson; thence east- si erlv IS feet, more or less, and thence south- o westerly to Virginia avenue and place of he- " ginning, together with the said Improvements tl Terms of sale; One-third cash, balance in two r' equal Installments at one and two years, bear Ing 9 per cent interest, or sll cash, at purchaser's option: $20o deposit required at time of sale: examination of title, conveyancing and recording at purchaser's cost. Sale to be consummated within Afteen days from date of sale, or ~ elae the trustee will resell the property at the purchaser's coat and risk. JOHN SCRIVENER. Trustee. I 997 G street n.w. ) GEORGE C GERTMAN. Attorney. THOMAS J. OWEN A SON. Auctioneers. auD-ddds.lncSu TRUSTEE'S SALE IN BANKRUPTCY OF LARGE STOCK OF MEN S AND WOMEN'S READY-MADE CLOT HI NO AND FURNISHINGS UIXT1 RES. OFFIC E FURNITURE. BOOK APPOI NTS AND LEASE TO PREMISES KNOWN AS 421-423 SEVENTH STREET ( NORTHWEST. WASHINGTON. D. C. V By rlrtue of an order of the Supreme Court of th? Dlttrlct of Columbia, holding a Bankruptcy Court. in the matter of the Famous 1 ( totblng Company. a corporation. bankrupt. Bankruptcy No. <171. the undersigned tru?t??e will offer for sale for rash all of the assets of th? above named bankrupt company. Including n'?n a and woman'a ready made clothing and furr'shines. fixtures and offlc furniture, also hook accounts and laaaa to aatd stores, upon the fol- _ lowing farms and conditions: That sealed bids, accompanied by a certified C check parable to the order of the trustee for tan par centum of the amount of the entire hid, as a guarantee, will be raceiyed up to twelve i!2> 0 clock noon on the 13th day of August, 1 lUlfl. by the trustee at his offices, rooms NO.V.V)g J Columbian building. 41rt *th street northwest. Washington. D. P.; envelop.-* containing Mda ta be indorsed "Bids 1n re Famous Clothing Com ranr." Bids mar be: 1. For the entire assets belonging to the estate Including men's and women's ready-mada clothing and furnishings. fliturrg In store, office furniture, book accounts and lease to said stores, or 2. For the entire stock of merchandise. Including men's and womep's ready made clothing and furnishings, fixture* office furniture and book accounts tleaac excluded!. AH bids will be opened by the trustee at hit offlees on the 13th day of August. 1010. at ten tlOl o'clock a.m.. and be Immediately reported to th? court for consideration: aud the creditors and all parties Interested will hare five <5> dar? within which to file objections to the acceptance of any or all bids, and the court hereby reserves the right to reject any and all Mda f that may he received. Said property mar be . Inspected upon application to the undersigned trustee any week day between the hours of 1 twelve 112) m and four (4) p.m. before said August 13. 1010 LUCAS P. LOVING. Trustee, x Rooms .105-306. Columbian hulldtng, 416 5th st. a.w.. Washington. D. C. I anl-l2t ^ THOS. J. OWEN * SON. AUCTIONEERS. i OOL3.ATERAL AT AUCTION. t By virtue of a certain collateral note dated ( July S. 1910. for thirty days from date, default having been made In the payment of the same. 1 wo will offer for aale at public auction, within anr oUFs. 1431 G ot. n.w., on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST SEVENTEENTH. 1910. AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK A.M.. the collateral named therein. I to wit: 450 sharea of the capital Mock of the . Cabin John Company, being certificate No. 11. All partiaa in interest please take notice. Terms cash. THUS. J. OWEN * SON. aoil-du^o .1.. ATJCTIOtf SALES. TOMORROW. nm:t; | Marcus Mot I All the Furr I of the Hotel Rege | N.W., at Public | August 12th, Con 9 a.m. By direction o I will sell at public [ ises, the entire furi \ contained in the R( Assortment comprises Brass Bed Outfits, 100 Bed es, All-wool Blankets, Lit and Quartered Oak Dressi Double Wardrobes, Mirro consist of Parlor Furnitur covered in the finest mate Piano, about 300 Bent \Y< Tables, Buffets and Sidebo; and Chinaware, Glassware, ister. Silent Salesman Show Furniture, Leather Settees, Fine Axminster, Velvet and vet Hall and Stair Carpets, other desirable goods usuall N. B.?Thisvsale is pe furnishings^will be sold abs cash. All goods must be re evening, as the building w and must be turned over to TOMORROW. Lxecutors' Sale of Stock and Fi j r>. *u:. tures coniainea in duuuii Corner 7th and H Sts. N.V Heretofore Occupied by C? Auerbach. On FRIDAY. AUGUST TWELFTH. LEVEN O'CLOCK A.M.. showcases (Inside Jtsidop. display fixture#, iron safe, mirrors, i >p desk. shaving. tables, awnings and all ot irnlnire. fixtures and utensils in and on at remises, will be sold in detail at public auc' r Adam A. Wesehler. esq., auctioneer. Sealed bids will be received 1 o 10 o'clock a.m., Friday, t 2th instant, accompanied by ertified check of $100?as a <j iosit on the following parcels: Parcel No. 1- Men's furnishing goods and hi tceptlng therefrom Cardigan jackets and swei >ats. Parcel No. 2?Cardigan jackets and awei >ats. Parcel No. 8?The entire stock, embracing vo above mentioned parcels. Inspection permitted on Thursday, the 1 istant, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. M. D. ROSENBERG. HANNAH AUERBACH. au9-3t Executor THOS. J. OWEN ft SON. AUCTIONEERS. The Richards Wall Pi s>er Company's Entli itock of Wall Paper, Mi :hlnery, Fixtures- and Q ice Furniture, Etc., To Be Sold at Auction. On account of expiration of our lease on pn es No. 1330 G at. n.w. we will aell at pill ictlon. within said premises, commencing HURsTlAY. AUGUST ELEVENTH, 1910, EN O'CLOCK A.M.. and cnntlnning dally u ir entire stock has been sold. This stock i*w and up-to-date, and consists of at 0,000 rolla of foreign and domestic wall pa ' every grade, blanks, gilts, varnished tile, on/i neaaiAtl crrwwig inarm ina. hurlflDS. usta. tekko. sanitas. Jap. goods and moldii c.. etc. Terms rash. RICHARDS WALL PAPER COMPANY. >n6-St.fStt 13^0 G at. n.l FUTURE DATS. THOS. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS RUSTLES' SALE OF VALUABLE T\ STORY AND BASEMENT BRICK DWE I NO NO. tflO K STREET SOUTHEAST. By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly wiled in Liber No. .1164, folio 310 et seq., 1e land record* of the Diatrirt of Colum nd ai the request of the party secured tber< lie undersigned trustee* will sell, at pu uetlon, in front of the premises, on M1 >AY. THE TWENTY-SECOND DAY UOUST. A.D. IttlO. AT FIVE OCLC '.M.. the following deserlbeil land remises, situate In the city of Washing tistrlet of Volumhia, and designated as and :ig lot 13 in square SKii of William W. i'ashingtou Ilanenhower's subdivision of lotf aid square, as per plat re<-orded In Liber nlio 12. of the records of the office of the eyor of the District of Columbia, together v he 'mprovements. Terms of sale: Sold subject to a prior d f trust for $500 and balance to he paid in ci i deposit of |Kn? will be required at time ale. All conveyancing, recording, etc.. at i f purchaser. Terms of sale to be eomp -ifh within 15 days from day of sale, others he trustees reserve the right to resell the pi rty at the risk and cost of defaulting purehi ft'er tive days' adve-fiscment of such resale me newspaper published in Washington, D EVAN H. TUCKER. FRANC. E. SHKIRY. aul 1 -dAds.eSu Trustee ADAM A. WESCHI.F.K, AUCTIONEER. Iouschold Furniture, Carpe Six New Sideboards, Bras Beds, Groceries, Cigars, Etc., BY PUBLIC AUCTION, \t Weschler's, 920 Pa. Ave. N.V SATURDAY. AUGUST 13, Commencing at 9 :^o O'Clock A. K T cr\ lorses. Carriages. Wagons. Si revs. Ruggies. Harness, Ktc., at 12 O'Clock Noon. Trrm? ?'?sb. aul)-lit ADAM A. WKSCHI.KB. Aik G. SLOAN A CO., INC.. ALCTS., 1407 G Kffccts of the late Norwegi Minister, Goods from iN'unn ous Private Owners, Stora Houses and Other Sources Absolute Public Auction, Wil in Our Rooms, 1407 G Strc Saturday, August 13, 1910, 10 A.M., Vtmprlsing Leather Patent Rocken, Hands* ifahxganj Bureau.* and Chiffoniers, M. O. C 'able and Cellarette, tXBce Chair*. Parlor Su nd Odd Pleees, Hall Ilacka, Picture*. Bo )en Furniture. Morri* Chairs, China Clo* Jric-a-Brac, Trunk*. Refrigerator*. Pia foilet Ware, Extension Table*, Dining Chi Jras* Bed*. Mattresses, Baby Carriages, ) ierea and Draperies, Bedding. Book She) booking Utensils. Enameled Beds, Lamps, arge Pier Mirrors, ete. AND, AT TWELVE M.. lanes, Carriages. Harness, Dot Livery, Wh te. Term* cash. ttll 2t O. G. SLOAX * CO- Uc., Auct AUCTION SALES. tomorrow. Kmiiiintiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiii 11111111htttt m9 Auction??]! liture and Furnishing: nt, 15th and Pa. Ave Auction on Friday imencing Promptly ai f Mr. James S. Grove; auction, on the prem rnture and furnishings >gent Hotel. with other fine goods, about 50 room Suites, Fine Hair Mattresslen Bedding, Elegant Mahogany ers and Washstands, Single and r Front Folding Beds. Parlors e in suites and separate pieces, irials. elegant Bradbury Upright o - ? x>d and other Chairs, Extension ards, large quantity of Silverware Coffee Urns, National Cash Regcases, Library and Reading Room Iron Safe and Office Appliances, I Brussels Rugs and Carpets, Vellarge quantity Copper Utensils and ly found in a well furnished hotel. remptory, and the furniture and ;olutely to the highest bidders for :moved not later than Saturday as purchased by the government it not later than August 14. ????m???:n?nn??????nnn??mt rtrruRE days. x_ " THOS. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEER n? Two-story. Six-room Fra V ' Dwelling No. 708 G Sti lT"l Southeast AT AUCTION. By virtue of authority Tested in us wo nj so]) at public auction. In front of the prem on THl'RSDAY. THE EIGHTEENTH DAY hcr AUGUST. 1010. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M. 24 In square 903. Improved liv a good f lio* dwelling. Terms eaav and stated at time of aale. deposit at time of sale and aale to t?e c Up in 13 days from day of sale, otherwise de U? forfeited. Conveyancing, etc., at porctaa i,c cost. Good title or no aaie. a THOS. J. OWEN & SON. Aucts.. aiiil-dAda.eSu 1331 G at. n le- THOS. J. OWEN & CO., AUCTIONEERS TRUSTEES' SALE OF HANDSOME THI ?ts. STORY BRICK DWELLING, NO. 1T? iter STREET N.W. By virtue of a certain deed of trust dul; iter corded in Liber No. 3O09. folio 67 et acq., ol land records of the District of Columbia, an the request of the party secured thereby. . . undersigned trustees will sell, at public auc Atn in front of the premises, on MONDAY. ' FIFTEENTH DAY OF AUGUST, A.D. 1910 FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., the following desci imiu auu uremiBes. suuarp m top niy ot w 5; lngton. District of Columbia, and designate and being lot numbered 142. In Terrance J. Mabon's sultdlvlslon of lots in square numt 152. as per plat of said subdivision reec 31= in the office of the surveyor of the Distrb Columbia, in IJber 31, folio 81, together PC the Improvements. Terms of sale: Sold subject to prior dee trust for S4.50O.U0. balance cash. A depos 1200.00 will be required at time of sale. f_ conveyancing, recording, etc.. at cost of = chaser. Term* of sale to be complied within 15 days from day of sale, otherwist trustees reserve the right to resell the pro| at the risk and cost of defaulting purcl After five days' advertisement of such resa some newspaper published in Washington, I EMANUEL SI'EIOH. n'n ELDRIDGE E. JORDAN au8-dAd*.eSn Trust* nit] : SUMMER RESORTS. f" ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. era- - !? hotel h iroquois, SOUTH CAROLINA AVE. AND BF.ACF Capacity. 400: one of the most modern an ^ to-date hotels: 100 front, ocean-side rooms; Tate baths; elevator; music; white service; gant table. Special rate, $12.50 up weekly, and up daily. Booklet. W. F. SHA aull-SOt.9 u. Frontenac, . homelike; elevator, baths, excellent table. < f service; ocean-view rooms: metal beds: hl porches; $8 up weoklv. Booklet. W. F. WA IJ}*; jy28-30t,5 bib; Most modern and leading moderate rate I ^ AHlhkPinrnflirllp Virginia ave. near B ?J? ll/dlllllOlirilS^ Xpwt throughout: offer * K cool front rooms; excellent table and sui and . accommotlatIons at special rates of $8, ton. $12.50 weekly. $2 up daily: Sat. to Mon.. 1 of' elevators, private baths, every convenience; and farms and dairy; white service. Booklet. M?i an11-30t.8 J. P. CO STANDARD GUIDE FRE 1 80 pages brimful of useful Information. b< |PP<1 fully Illustrated. The leading hotels desci lsj, with rates, city map. amusements, excar , 0f etc. The only reliable, complete Onlde of i>?t (copyrighted). Send 3 rents In stamps for l,p,i lug free copy. ATLANTIC CITY FREE IN MATION BUREAU. 10 South New York av pop Atlantic Citv. N. J. Jyl6-? ,s? Hotel jacksonT Adjoining Boardwalk and Steel Pier. Amt and Enropean plana. Superior accommodate jvl6-30t.4 ? $2.00 TO $3.50 DAILY. $10 TO $20 WEE IHIol^oII md- AVE. 50 yd*, of Ocean. U 11 *J> lL.<v 11 pier and Finest Bathing. Most m *-c Hotel. Elevator. IT <mv? a II Excellent I tS> Private Baths. HinniperH&ll 1. O. Ken< s J.vl5-30t,5 La Belle Do mi 9 Beach. ' Conveniei pier* and all amusements. Rate*. $1.50 da . r Special weekly. White service. Booklet*. 1 V .. for ratea. J. YOUNGBLOt ' Jyl5-30t.B M. THE HOLMHURST, Pa. are. near Beach. Atlantic City, N. J. 1 atrncted ocean view; private hatha; s'atl wa*h*tand*. with hot and cold running wn 1,~ bedrooms; elevator to atreet level; capacity open all the year; hotel electric coach l trains; literature upon request. J.vl5-30t.l0 HENRY DARNE HOTEL WINDSOR, Directly on the ocean front. American and s*r pean plan*. Salt water in all bath*. Newly ovated and refurnished. S. S. PHOEBUS, a jyl4-80t,8 an CHESTER INN, New York ave. near Beach. Elevator; large rooms; moderate ratea. Mr*. D. KNAL'1 Cr- lvl3-30t.4 gc The Clifton, perlor accotn.; $7 to $10 weekly; excellent 0? cooking; desirable for famlllea; troriey* dire d,L all R. R. station* and beach. O. A. SHi leaaoot e" G3HDTEL DENNIS ATLANTIC CITT. N. J. at u130t.fSu.ft WALTER J. Bl'ZI S1LVERSIDE, SK& service unsurpassed. Screened throughout. Bet piers. Very reasonable. Booklet. . H. HUB ?me je23-76t.4 NEW HOTEL MERK On the Beach. Vermont see. Built of I oka. 160 large, cool, front bedrooms, with ocean ... Elevator, private baths, running water In n extensive porches, etc. White service. Sj noa, fates. $10 up weekly. $2.60 up dally. Bo< lira frl?-80t.8 C. B. PRETTYMAX Owner A Pi rw' GfbH WVN 801,111 Michigan ave. I "?r* WIUW in, ^(ort,. <iood table. ; vcs. up daily. $8.00 up weekly. Both phones. Jell-90t.4 K. C. WARBURTt two 7 Special Atlantic City Toui By joining a large party of Washlngto going to Atlantic City last week In August other one early In September) big concesslo ips, rates at one of Atlantic City's best hotels be secured, also reduced railroad fare. Ca The Evening Star Information Bureau bet 8 and 0 a.m.. 4 and 6 p.m., or write Mr DOWNED, care of above address, for detal a. suft-llt % SUMMER RESORTS. Atlantic city. x. J. mu Hotel RioGrande, -"'.-JSiir Fireproof: running water in room*: elevator; G ; weekly, $10; with bath. $10 up; dally. $2 up. con ;; Magnificent Turkish and sea-water hath annex and aul 15 Swimming pool. Bonk of photos free. aul-30t.6 ' ;;; La Fontaine, *.1? JES. ox ... tions. Large, airy rooms. Special rates. $8 to _AI* $12.50 wkly. Bklt. Superior table. S. J. KELLEY. T-*cel au4-14t.4 ? let oi 5 RALEIGH, ? St. Charles place and the Beach; 200 large, airy , ;; outalde rooms; ocean ylew; private baths, cle;; rator. library, etc. Large porches facing the ocean. Cuisine and aerrlce famed for their ex- foil ... cellence. Moderate rates. Booklet. Electric V,VMI ? ::: bus meets trains. H. J. DYNES. fTor ::: ani-2ot.o VJCL t :!: Hotel BoSCOlbel n:BarCky BeVcV !h;r' Baths, elevator, fine table. Write for special "J?, rates, booklet, menu and souvenir pencil. 22d season. Capacity, 350. A. E. MARION. ,.r(H Jy30 30t.S eine 5 |: Hotel STICKNEY,3?3?U <>; from Beach: fireproof; prlrate baths; elerator; ?' $2 tip dally, $12 to $15 weekly. Hll11 . ::: jy20-30t.5 t,. v. STICKXEY. Prop. -JlL^ ii; Hotel Sfoorehamni, gn.e;4e^; ' Ii; Elevator. Airy rooms. Private baths. Open ; surroundings. $2 up dally, $10 up weakly. ; Booklet upon application. W. B. GOTTEN. jrj jy28-30t.f> o A ar<f\ien lla-nim Ocean end Va. are., near Is th /WOT! lirilini, steei p|er. Capacity. 200. tencbi Elevator: superior table; cool rooms. Special rates, praoti ' $10 up wklv., $2 up dally. H. W. WILLIAMS, actual Jv23-sa.Su."tn.th.30t.4 Instru . the n III Bowker s, $10 ss On Beach and Famous Boardwalk. BLIS? Unique, homelike, substantial, satisfactory; bathhouse; booklet; only Inexpensive hotel so anftI situated. Jel9-Su.tu.th.aa-82t.7 : | ST. CHARLES. a Most select location fronting the ocean. Thor- 0^ ' oughly modern. Conrteous service. Bathrooms with hot and cold, fresh and sea water attach- perl ment, showers, etc. Magnificent porches over- Cap. looking the Boardwalk and ocean. Golf prlvl- will ' " ' ? ? - - - * " Iiegea. Always open, illustrated nooaiei. learn' NEWLIN HAINES. arlthn le25-aa.Sn.ta.th.30t. 10 * Instlti Hotel Keradertoo, S Beach anil pier; family hotel; airy rooma; pri- ono?' vate hatha; ocean view; elevator; fine porches; "" open surroundings; home cooking; $10 no weekly; "] | Sat. to Mon., $3. J. G. MlThiilELL. | ? Jy30-30t.fi if HOTEL NEW ENGLAND ' J Sonth Carolina are. and the Beach. Private ? baths: elevator to atTeet; fine porches, etc. Ca- A p I** paeity, 350. Superior table. Booklet. ? ??! ly20-30t.6 BRYAN & WILLIAMS. WAS1 BALENHALL H HdTEl^SAN AToRI U M Owing to our Tonic and Curative Batba. H^ our Elegant Comfort and Exceptional Oo-edi Table and Service, we are always bnsy. and m T. L. YOUNG, Gen'l Manager. Coileg Information at Mr. Footer's, 14th at. opp. WIl- ~ lard Hotel. apl3-tf.l3 r ra ? The Wiltshire, gSfSSSlEf. Jo* Greatly Improved and refurnished; cap., 350; .private baths: hot and cold water In rooma; ele- _____ ?? vator. porches, etc. MubIc. Special. $12.50 up r ~^ " weekly. $2.50 up dally. Booklet. Samuel E. Ellis. flfiiji au2-30t.6 H Berkshire Inn 1 Large, cool rooma. $2 up dally. $8 to$li weekly; [S elevator: private baths; rooms running water; g cap.. 300; llth season. J. E. DICKINSON. g will - <?*-'f-ft I !'tf tabor inn^?;;r",tr.^. 1 . lot ideal location; large, airy rooma; ocean view; ex- g rame cellent table: homelike; $8 up wky. A.M.DUNN. ? Je7-00t.4 ? Ioseil ASBI RY PARK. N. J. ? 535 THE BERWEN, ? v ASBURY PARK. N. J. B ? Absolutely first-class: elevator to street level; Ej " i I__ rooms en suite with bath. S. BAKER BROOKS. S g I. Jy2ft-tu.th.sa.Sn.20t.fi fe ;f."- THE BRISTOL fit!0 8ES.WE8EIE 1 5 " 1 Direct ocean front, Asbury Park. N. .T. En- K ( larged and remodeled. Private baths. Superior ? , A;' service and cuisine: spacious verandas; elevator; S T music. Capacity, 400. For booklet, rates, etc., E a ,a" addrese BANTA & HILYARD. B J ?ne Jell>-Su.tu.tb,sa-82t.7 ffi tlon. _ ' IS THE CAPE MAY. If. J. g rlbed fX IT A 11 IT JC A E ,^hs iniQUGii luauayeu:?, g Mr* CAPE MAT. N. J. >er?d ON THE OCEAN FRONT. : ? ^ec] All modern improvements. : **.?h 20 years same management. : ~] 5e20tojyl.thentu,tb.sa.20t JOHN TRACT, j ^ JjJ DELAWARE. All HOTEL HENLOPEN. T pur- Open now and until October 1. with Directly on Boardwalk. Capacity. 250. Booklet. > the WALTER BURTON. Owner and Proprietor. ! EJ perty jy2Q-30t.4 Hi MARYLAND. mill ) C. COLTONS HOTEL. 80 MILES FROM WASH- SCHO lngton on lower Potomac; elegant table; au- idea perb Trout and Rock fishing. For Booklet *d- care ea. dress H. W. LOVE, Prop., Palmer P. O., Md. Add = Jy21-30t* "THE A VALON." RB^m On Catoctln mountain; altitude 1.200 ft.; pure ya|j air; good water and no mosquitoes; all mod- gifts era conveniences. For terms, etc., address Mrs. THOS. H. MYERS. Braddock Heights, Frederick lptir Co.. Md. Jel2.90t cHi I .._ 8WANN S HOTEL. Frot a"? Plney Point. Md. ele- Open July 1; situated on the Potomac and St. S2 50 Oeorge's rivers; boating, Ashing; music and daneto" Ing every evening; row. sail and motor boats; rates, t" to $9 per week. Post office in building. Selene Take Md.. Va. railway steamers, foot of 7th at. yards wharf. Apply to J. T. 8WANN. Propr., Jyl-flOt c tages POTOMAC HOTEL. medlcl p"; St. George's Island. Md., fleer. TTv Opens July 17. with all the usual attractions, for Si Take steamers of Md.. Del. A Va. Ry. Co. to Septet Plney Point wharf, where boat will be In readilotel. ness to convey guests to the hotel. jvl2 each. Jyl-42t ADAMS BROS. * icrlor PC PLAN CITY. MD. ] & TQie Breakers, ?SSS onP.uSwS: **** own Bathhouses. Special attention to cuisine. Owner and manager, Miss NEWTON, Ocean City, Md. L. Jyl6-eo.f6t . stPa R MT. PLEASANT HOTEL AND COTTAGE AN- Wednt nex; on boardwalk; every room ocean view; landln okLh ocean-front dining room; bathhouses; excellent early 'V table; new management. C. A. TWINING. Mgr. Returi jel -90t,4 at.. J mall- THE COLONIAL. fced'nt FOR- nppsn front nfwlv rpnovatpd- cooil table: 12 -??-?. enue. ap dally, $10 up weekly. ' ' Jtoi16. at a au4-2St Mrs. R. A. WARRINGTON*. cuisini PEKNSYLVAiVIA. .r|0lln ESSICK HEIGHTS, PA.?THE KSSICK. 2.500 Tele in, ft. In the Allegbenlcg; cottages; steam heat. myl< electric light, golf, casino, tennis, fishing. Book- ~ ? let. II. M. EsSICK. Easlck Heights. Pa. KLT. uiy24-tu.th.8a.Su.aot.4 ^ 3E VIRGINIA. Irlck! SHERWOOD ANN, ?COMFO(RT.r Twli VA. (Fortress Monroe). Delightfully cool. >. and Moat charming and healthful spot In America. tj_ t0 Hotel beautifully located. Refined and In every . ' it un way attractive. New and entirely modern through- iri.t Write out- Terms VERY moderate. Special weekly. Open . rjn all year. Write for booklet. F.M.Cunnlngbam.Mgr. Je21-tu,th.aa,Su-S0t,8 * "NORTH HILL," CASTLEMAV8 FERRY, VA. ^ 60 ml. from Wash, via Rluemont; Taller, at. Si Lnob- and water scenery; shaded grounds and drlrea; / J onary fishing, boating, swimming; spring beds; no / jC children; dally mall. R.F.D.; telephone; good I x / fare- freah meats, milk, fruits, fowls; $7 per I meets wk. 'till Not.; circular Star office, or MAURICE \ CASTL.EMAX. Castlemans Ferry, ClarkeCo..Va. \ ? LL. Jo2190t.8 _ \ ORKNEY SPRINGS HOTEL AND BATHS?IF health or pleasure you ae?>k. come; beautiful Euro- nit*., the "Alps" of America; elevation. 2.300 Gr ren. ft.; temperature, 85F.; cool;good table; pleasant Prlvat Igr. people; capacity, 750 ; 7 different waters free. tc27cure rheumatism, dyspepsia, blood and kidney trouble Open June 1. Terms very reasonable. Booklet. H. C. Carter. Prop., Orkney Springs. Va. ^ niy6-4m,8 eb?? Waterflick Whnte Sulphur JR) ? ? W Tl F _ ILs^ ian?e Springs, warren va, w. home On WaehlnKton . and Harrisonburg Branch. klml *t to Southern raiiwar: one mile from Waterlick sta- f' to < iW. tlon: 91 miles west of Washington. D. (.. torn- uon modlous 3-storv hotel: running HOT and cold water in every' room. "OUR OWN farm products. Write for terms and 111"*!??* ?1' p-xnpr, D F. FRF.DERICK. Prop. Expert J. TAYtiOR AMISS. Mgr. aulO 3it.l4 J,"?,,"? __ *ve. n. The Buffalo ? and ween Lithia Springs Man view. Water Co. * NK >kiet. Beg to announce that, having neiius fp- & ' .. Bet hi tome completed its New Bottling of th< )x Plant, the water is now being fl^r * r. shipped, and the Hotel is Betni nlans r John (an- open for guests. Jamei n? In jvZfl-eolfit vowei iFit WEST VIRGINIA. "zor wwn THE LOCKWOOD AND ANNEX. HARPEB'S ",_ht| W. , Ferry. W. Va.; large, airy rooms; table and service excellent; rates reasonable. Jelft-tf.4 Xf P. DANIEL, Prop. going SUMMER RESORTS. WEST VIRGINIA. HILI, T??I? HOUSE. ~ Harper* Kerry. W. Va. ?nd table and beds; high elevation and I. Send for booklet. T. S. LOVETT. 1-tf AURORA HOUSE, TOP THE BEAUTIFUL ALLEOHANIES. 'ays cool and delightful. Large, airy rooms, lent table. Fresh vegetables ami fruits. Baths unnlng water In house. Moderate rates. Book1 request. J. A. SHAFFER. Aurora. W. Va. >-lBt.7 VnTTP ATTftW AT. JJX/ V V-fcfcAAVAf ? *! IN WASHINGTON. lege of Veterinary Medicine, >rge Washington University. rd session begins Sept. 15, 1910. Complete rear course In veterinary medicine. Lecbour beginning at 5 p.m. to accommodate employes. Entrance by high school, U. S. service or teacher's certificate, lit given for degrees In agriculture, medidentistry or pharmacy, information or catalogue address "in K. BUCKINGHAM. V. M. !>.. Dean, ILLEGK OF VETERINARY MEDICINE. 2113-15 Hth st. n.w., I-Bw Washington. D. C. TOOSE?A SEI.ECT PRIVATE SCHOOL. IN country for girls and small boys; terms crate; location delightful. >-4d Miss HARDKY. Clarksville. Md. >fiiss Electrical School e oldest, and best school in the world ug electricity exclusively. Theoretical and cal course complete in one year. Students ll.v construct dynamos, motors and electrical ments. Graduates hold good positions in lectrlcal industries throughout, the world, iteonth year begius September 21. ilogue on request. Address I ELECTRICAL SCHOOL. 10 Chicago Ave., TAKOMA PARK. D. C. tf.14 ARE YOU LOOKING FOR Good School haps Wood's Commercial School. 311 R. St., is Just what you want. Thousands tell you so. for In 25 years many have id shorthand, bookkeeping, typewriting, oetic, grammar, spelling and writing In thnt ltton. and obtained good positions. This tisement does not say much, but our catadoes. It is free, and we want you to have COURT F. WOOD, Prin. tf rHE STENOGRAPHIC INSTITUTE," 319 Colorado building. Shorthand and Typewriting.Private instruction only. No classes. Typewriter at home free. -Su.tnftth-tf countancv Instruction. 1INGTON SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTANCY, fessional school, conducted by Department ucation. Young Men's Christian Association, igue. Sessions resumed Oct. 1. Address CTOR, ASSOCIATION INSTITUTE. 1736 au5-8d iLL=NOYES SCHOOL, jeational. Day and night classes. Children dults. Boarding department for a few girls. ;e preparatory, graded and oommerclal. nces Mann Hall, A. M., Prin., dp Main 3877. 221 K ST. X.W. 1-tf.lQ OUT OF WASHINGTOX. The I Tome School | for Boys 1 An Endt-wed Preparatory St heel 9 Its Endowment makes 1 iossible: A Faculty of uni- 9 ersity men who are specialists 9 n their departments: 1 I An Enrollment limited to 9 oys of high character. 1 I School buildings and grounds 1 epresenting an investment of 1 1,500,000. I Swimming Pool, Gymnasium, I Athletic Fields, Golf Links, a Quarter Mile Track, Bat- 9 ting Cage, Tennis Courts 9 A completely equipped 9 .ower School for Little Boys. Is uition $700. h elaborately Illustrated Book on Reqneit W HOS. STOCKHAM BAKER, Ph.D., 9 Port Deposit, Md. g .27.se3.lo. 24 OL FOP. BOYS. ROCKVILLE. MD.: 1 training school: borne life; individual and instruction: fits for university or life. rows W. P. MASON, U. S. X. A. anH-mt* >OLPH-MACON ACADEMY FOR BOYS. A ich of the Randolph-Macon System. In the ey of Va. Equipment cost 1100.000. Large .make rates $1130 a year. Prepares for Color Scientific Schools. Gymnasium and Aths. 19tb Session opens Sept. 13. Address lS. L. MELTON. A.M.. Prin.. Box 402, it Royal. Va. Jy27-36t.eSu St. Johinf's College, iPOLIS. MD. Department of Arts and es of the UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, iblished 1696. Classical and scientific colourses leading to decrees. Special advanfor students purposing to study lair or Ine. Military department under army ofAlso preparatory school for boys fitting t. John's or other colleges. Term begins nber 21. For catalogue address THOMAS FELL. LL. D. -tn.th.ss.20t. 12 POTOMAC RIVER BOATS. :LAND. DELAWARE AND VIRGINIA RAILWAY CO. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 18. mers leave Washington every Monday, sday and Saturday at 4 p.m. for river gs and Baltimore, arriving at Baltimore Monday. Weducada.v and Friday mornings, ling, leave Baltimore. Pier No. -3. Light Jonday. Wednesday and Saturday at 5 arriving in Washington early Monday. ?sday and Friday mornilga. All river t must be prepaid. Passenger accommodatrictly first-class. Electrically lighted and i perfect. STEPHENSON A BRO.. Agentt. phonq Main 743. 7tn St. Wharf. i-tr.zu DOGS, PETS, ETC! ent a word each time for 15 words 3 time*. SALE?WHITE POODLE PUPS. TWO the old. BICKERTON, 2238 Nicholson st? ilng City. D. C. au6-6t HOSPITAL FOR ANIMALS. ~ gn boarded In city or country kennels. Best ire and food. Call or pbone No. 1603. L4 21 IB 14th at. n.w. LOAN SOCIETY. ON DIAMONDS, \ WATCHES. VfonevX JEWELRY, ETC. vioney \ A Philanthropic Institution. ? to \ CAPITAL ?1,000,000 _ 'O I Reference ? Any financial Nq I Institution In the city. Re, ] demotions made from pawn-Xtras / brokers and new loans Is/ sued at greatly reduced sar-? ^ lug to the borrower. prudential loan society. ound floor. N.W. cor. 12th and G ats. e side entrance. Transactlona strictly comtf. 15 fldentlal. MEDICAL. (T* Tl tl Specialist. r. Shade, tSHINGTON'S OLDEST SPECIALIST. Ited to office practice. Hrs., 10 to 1 and i:30 dally; Sundays. 10 to 11. Consult* ee. Elevator and pbone. fe25-tf,8 DR. FISK ELGIN, t In treatment of special diseases, chronle ute. Both sexes. Consultations confidential, ne furnished. Prices moderate 14 and Pa. ,w. Phone 7647 Main. Hours, 9 to 1, 3 to 8. aot.6 SHAVED LAST IN 1856. Just Dead Forswore Razor Jhen Buchanan Was Elected. IV HAVEN. Conn., August 11.?Cor; C. Parmelee, a lifelong resident of ehem, this state, and considered one ; most progressive farmers in Litch;ounty, died yesterday. Parmelee had the longest beard in ehem, but not from choice. When C. Fremont was running against s Buchanan for President, Parmelee 1 If Freemont were not elected a should never touch his face. Then is a handsome young man. He was V years old when he died. There emocrats in Connecticut who are not to shave until Bryan is elected. iTHEsi ? Henry Kite (Copyright. ?10, IZ By the Century Company.) i HI 111,, 111111 CHAPTER XXni?Continued. Only an hour ago the thing hart hap pened which made life perfect for her and now Philip was gone and she lef alone. For a while after he left she had kep the pilot-house door open and, bundlei In her furs, had sat near it, her car strained for the sound of a cry or th report of a rifle. But the torture of that situation wa too great. Philip might be gone fo , hours; and at this rate she would b f-.l.. * i t- i 1 e 1. .. - icviriy oesine nersen long ueiore ms itturn. So, resolutely, she made a light shut the pilot-house door upon the world took up her father's journal and tried t read. But even this fascinating narrative lacked the power to command her at tention tonight. She rose half a dozei times from the rude bench on which so sat to make some trifling alteration ii the room. One thing she did had reference to th possibility of Roscoe's attempting an at tack on the pilot house?this was to re move the wooden cover from the chim nev mouth. If Roscoe should succeed a eluding Philip, or in killing him, sh wanted ample warning. The rising wlni rattled the pilot-house door and wailei in the chimney; but she knew she wouli be able to detect the sound of the mon ster's laborious ascent long before h could reach the top. She was sitting beside the oil stove li one of the farther corners of the roorr The chimney hole was in the correspond ing corner. The revolver lay on th table in the middle of the room, a fe\ paces behind her. The pilot-house doo was directly in line with it and almos exactly behind her back. The door wa hinged to swing inward. When it burst open she attributed th fact to no other agency than the wind She laid down the red-bound book upoi the bench beside her and rose, rathe deliberately, before she turned round. As she did so Roscoe sprang forwar to the table and seized the revolver. He failure to turn immediately had givei him the second he needed to take in th strategical possibilities of the room. His rifle was a clumsy weapon in clos quarters. So as he sprang forward h dropped it and made for the revolver in stead. It only needed a glance at th girl to convince him that she was tin armed. Quite deliberately he broke ope: the breech of the revolver and satistiei himself that it was loaded. Then h looked up again, blinking at the girl. Site had not moved since she had caugh her first glimpse of him. In her mini was the thought that Philip must b dead, and the hope that Roscoe wouli kill her quickly?before she could realiz that fact?before this strange, blessei numhnpsfi whlnh hfl/i fm7.PT! hpr in til instant of her first glimpse of him?shouli have lost its anesthetic power. With that in mind she kept her eye upon the revolver, which those vast, hair; hands of his were manipulating. She had uttered no cry at all. Sh turned dead-white and her eyes wer wide, but there was no terror in them Roscoe on his part stood star.ng at her. It was no wonder that Carlson and Ros had mistaken her for the ghost of th man their leader murdered. She lookei like her father as a woman may resem ble a man, and her whiteness, her fine ness, her delicacy all increased rathe than diminished the credibility of thi idea that she was in fact his spirit. It was tliis thought that for a momen held Roscoe staring blankly at her. Bu I lie conquered it and forced his eyes upoi 1 the details of her. He saw that her fine hands were trem bling a little; he marked the faint ris< and fall of her breast as she breathed and then his greedy eves ran over hei from head to heel and back again. The hand which held the revolver drop ped nerveless at his side. He swallowet hard and wrung his cruel lips with hi! other great hand. It was then that th< girl looked up into his face. It was ther she uttered her first cry. For she saw that he did not mean tc kill her. That was a horror she had never foreseen, never, during ail the months in tht hut, when the shadow of this monstei had been a part of their daily life. Tht worst that had ever occurred to her was that he might kill them both. She understood now why Philip had shuddered: why she had seen that look of horror ir his eyes when he said that if Roscot killed him?when he had the revolver?ht would come back here and find her defenseless. She understood now to tht full: it needed only one look into tht monster's face to understand. The shock of this new idea brought an instantaneous change in her. A momenl ago her mind had been absolutely lifeless. She had been incapable either of thinking or of acting. Now she was intensely alive; her body keyed and ready, for sudden action; while her mind, with the vividness of sudden summer lightning, took in the situation and assessed her chances? ner cnances not or escaping wiui her life, but of foiling the loathly intent which she could read in the monster's face. Already her eyes had brightened and the color come back to her cheeks; and at that Roscoe moved restlessly to one side, as if he meant to come round the table. Mil Suddenly Jeanne's eyes detached themselves from his face, A look of sudden alarm came into them, and she raised her hand to her throat, as though she were choking. She was looking past Roscoe and straight down the snow-tunnel. "Philip!'' she cried, "take care; he's here." The snow-tunnel was empty, and for aught she knew her lover's body might be lying mangled in the monster's cave. She had thought of that before she tried the trick. But even if that were so that cry of hers might lead the monster to steal one uneasy glance at the door behind him; and even that would give her time enough. If he had not killed Philip, but simply eluded him, he would turn instantly. '1 nai was wnai ne aiu. n? sprang round with a suddenness which bespoke a perfectly genuine, common-sense alarm. And then he found himself in darkness. He understood at once that he had been tricked. Without wasting the time to turn back and look at Jeanne, he sprang toward the pilot-house door. He thought she meant to attempt to rush by him. gain the snow-tunnel and throw herself over the crest of the cliff. He had not misread the sudden loathing he had seen in her eyes when they met his face. In the open doorway he wheeled round, triumphantly. She had not got ahead of him that time. He laughed aioud into the darkness and then spoke to her, with a vile, jocular familiarity. But lie got no answer in words or otherwise. There was no outcry, no stifled sobbing. Nothing at all but the sigh and whine of the wind. It was not perfectly dark. The faint blue flame of the oil-burner began slowly I to bring out the objects in the room, as ! his eyes adjusted themselves more to the darkness. The man, who the moment before had laughed out the vile, triumphant taunt, now began to tremble and sweat. For the girl was not there. He stood where he was for a little while, drawing deep breaths to steady himself. She must be there?must be hiding somewhere In the shadows. She could not have got out. There was no way out. He moved forward, groping in the dark, but stopped when he felt the pressure of a*-. hie littrliK I-fp POU Id do ine laoie ai iuoo ..... ? nothing without a light. He would relight the candle first of all and then he would find her. He took a bit of flint, a nail and a rope of tow from Ills pocket. He struck a spark, but it failed to kindle the tow. It was at that instant that Philip alighted. Philip's stratagem was a perfectly rudimentary one, and it was an instinct rather than a conscious plan that suggested it. His mind did not pause to I draw even the most grimly obvious in :y-man! 3y i hell Webster. ? (Copyright, 1909. 1910. ft By the Soccew Cotnpaay.) X+ ference from the fact that it was Roscoe's hand which held the flint and steel - here in the pilot house. He knew that the next thing: to do was t to kill him; and he fully expected to do it?though almost equally to be killed himself in the process. * His calling Jeanne's name the second J time, telling her to wait and that he s would make the light for her. would enable him. probably, to get within striking distance of Roscoe before Roscoe attacked htm. The man would think he s had him at his mercy. r Philip sprang clear of his planes, left ? them as they were there at the tunnel...? 11 * -A J : 1 * a *1 iivsuiu ariiu wamcu sivauuv up lunaru me pilot-house door. Roscoe, on hearing his voice the first t, time. had dropped the articles which in0 cumbered his hands and groped on the table for the revolver. Before he could put his hand on it Cayley spoke the secp ond time. " At that, wanting no weapon, confident that he needed none, his great hands aching for the feel of the sky-man's flesh within their grasp, he moved a step nearer the door and waited. He saw Philip cross the threshold, un~ seeing?suspecting, apparently, nothing: saw him, at last, within hands' reach. " Just as he touched him he uttered a sobbing oath, and his great hands fal. tered, for Philip's knife had struck . through, clean to the hilt, and just below . the heart. The effect of the shock was only momentary. With a yell of rage he sprang upon Cayley, crowded him back against the wall, tore at him blindly, like a wild beast, and finally getting Philip's right 2 forearm fairly In the grip o4 both hands, ' he snapped it like a plpestem. In a moment Cayley got round behind him, and with the crook of his good arm . round Roscoe's neck, he succeeded in forcing him to release his grip and in throwing him heavily. As he lay his body projected through the doorway out into the tunnel. ' Philip left him huddled there and went back to the table. He found Roscoe's flint and steel beneath his hand; but it . was a full minute before he could summori his courage to strike a light, for the inferences from Roscoe's presence here in the pilot house began to crowd upon him now. grim and horrible. But he e struck a spark at last, lighted the candle and looked about. The reaction of relief turned him. for a " moment, giddy, as the glance about the room convinced him that what he feared " worst had not happened. But another j thought occurred to him. almost at once, when he saw that the cover had been removed from the top of the ice chimney. . In his mind, of course, tljat represented j the way Roscoe had come. What il p Jeanne, unable for some reason to defend j herself, had chosen, as the lesser evil, tc e fling herself over the cliff from the tunj nel-mouth? The moment he thought of that he went j out into the tunnel, stepping across Roscoe's body to do so. He went to the edge and looked over, but it was too dark tn see. The light of the aurora, which still blazed in the sky, dazzled his eyes, without lighting the surface of the world bee ,owHe must go down there, in order to be sure. He had not stopped to furl hie planes when he alighted, and they had e wedged themselves sideways into the j tunnel, still extended and so ready for flight in an emergency. He righted them and slipped his arms r through the loops that awaited them. He . stood for a moment, testing the right wing tentatively. There was a play about , it that he did not understand. So far as t he could see nothing was broken. The j fact that it was his own arm did not occur to him. He was just turning to dive off the } cliff-head when, suddenly, he saw the great form of the man he had supposed 'r to be dead rise and rush upon him. Philip's knife had, indeed, inflicted a mortal wound,' but a man of Roscoe's j physique lets go of life slowly. He was 3 bleeding to death, internally, but the proc? ess was. probably, retarded by his hud; died position as he lay there in the tunnel. } So he had lain still and awaited his chance. Cayley was standing quite at . the edge of the cliff, and the man's mo, mentum carried him over, tiis clutching hands grasped Cayley's shoulders and , they went down together, over six hun. dred feet of empty space. For Cayley the space was all too little. . As they went over he thought that he [ and his gigantic enemy were going down . to death together. Instinctively, and I much quicker than a man can think, he ! swept his great fantall forward and flung , himself back In an attempt to correct the [ balance destroyed by the great weight that was clinging to his shoulders. , They were, of course, bound to ^.o . down. Neither his strength nor the area of his planes was sufficient to support them both in the air. But in the posi tion into which he had flung himself they would go down a little more slowly. He , would gain, perhaps, a precious second ' more. But he did not waste even an infinitesi, mal moment in any struggle against the ; force of gravity. ' Twice, with all his might, he sent his left fist crashing against the face, the staring, horrible face, that confronted his own. But still that convulsive, dying j grasp held fast. They were no more than a bare two , hundred feet above the ice. With a su! preme effort, an effort whose suddenness availed it better than its strength, he wrenched himself free and the great weight dropped off. Another effort, the instantaneous exertion of every ounce of force he possessed, corrected the sudden ; change of balance and prevented him ironi tailing, ime uie gi?ui, men mass lie had just cast off. Trembling, exhausted, he managed to blunder around in a half circle, slanted down Inland and stumbled to a landing on the beach, not fifty yards from the iceclad ruins of the hut. As he did so the thought was in his mind that during his struggle in the air with Roscoe he had heard a cry, which neither he nor his antagonist had uttered. The perception came to him as a memoigr. and In memory it seemed to be Jeanne's voice. Now, unless his wits were wandering, he heard it again and it called his nameHe was half Incredulous of its reality even as he answered it. But the next moment, before he could extricate himself from his planes, or even attempt to get to his feet, he felt the pressure of her body -as she knelt over him. (To be continued tomorrow.) FROZEN EGOS KILL. Guinea Pig, Inoculated, Dies Quickly and Dealer Is Arrested. PHILADELPHIA. August 11.?As the result of an experiment upon a guinea pig that died after being inoculated with frozen eggs, J. Buschel, a dealer, was arrested on a charge of selling eggs unfit for food purposes. Harry P. Cassidy, special agent of the state dairy and food department, alleges that Buschel sells frozen eggs that have been removed from the shell, and in a solid body are disposed of to bakeries, which thaw out the product. The pig on which the samples were used died within twelve hours. WICKERSHAM RE-ELECTED. Tniinnpnitsnt Rf.Dnblififl.il Phnvn Delegate in Congress From Alaska. TACOMA. August 11. ?Juneau cables say incomplete returns from yesterday's election Indicate that Delegate James Wickersham. independent republican, has been re-elected to Congress over Ed Orr, republican, by a large majority. In some quarters It is predicted that Wlckersham's majority will equal that of two years ago. THE COST OF FLYING Between $1,000 and $5,00% Including Price for Machine. BUYING AN AEROPLANB Services of Mechanic Are Essential to a Beginner. SHED CAN BE BUILT FOB $500 Considerable Damage May Be Dona by Awkward Descents, But Re pairs Are Not Expensive. i LONDON, August 1.? Nowadays any ordinarily active man, on deciding to learn to fly, may achieve his ambition in less than a month's time, provided ho * is prepared to spend some money. If ho ' is content to acquire the art of airmanship without actually owning an aeroplane of his own, it will cost him ?200 , or slightly more. Should he buy a machine his expenditure may be ?."VO0 to ?1,000, according to the make and reputation of his aircraft. To such a stage of practicability has human flight already attained. And it Is not surprising. In view of recent achievements In the air, that many sportsmen?mostly young men of leisure?are now discussing, and for the first time, the buying of aeroplanes and the adoption of flying as a new and very exhilarating form of motor : ing. Purchasing a Machine. The first thought of a man who U thinking of becoming an airman is naturally thisu How much does an aeroplane cost? Upon this point precise details are now available. A Farman biplane, such as M. Paulhan and Mr. Grahame-White steered in the memorable London-to- Manchester flight, and fitted with the famous Gnome motor?to which both airmen owed so murh of their success?now costs ?1,L?0. The aeroplane, when ready, is delivered to the purchaser at Mourmelon, and he must then buy a very large wooden era** to pack it in, if his Intention is to bring | it to England. This packing case?its sixe may be gauged when it Is remembered ' that the biplane measures close upon forty feet from one wing tip to the other ' ?will cost nearly ?50. The carriage of the flying machine from France to England will involve an outlay of another ?'.& ' Should a would-be airman decide to buy : a monoplane, or single-surface machine. | Instead of a biplane, such as the Farman, he will find that the cost of a Bleriol type craft, fitted with a three-cyllndered Anzani engine?the same pattern of aircraft and motor as that with which M. , Bleriot flew across the channel?is ?4&>. Delivery of such a monoplane as this may be made almost immediately. ' But the pronouncement of experts should be cited as regards the use of monoplanes and biplanes from the nov ice'B point of view. They say, and ex[ perlence certainly bears them out, that 1 the 'beginner learns to fly more easily ! and more safely upon a biplane than upon a monoplane. The reason is that, when a biplane begins to lose its balance in the air it heels over far more slowly t than a monoplane, thereby giving its pilot ' more time to alter his levers and bring It. again upon a level keel. Matter of Damage. Upon the question of how much dam1 age a man is likely to do to his macula* ( in learning to fly Mr. Grahame White has 1 made a valuable statement. "I am perfectly certain," he said, "that by first taking a pupil up with me as ? passenger in a Farman machine, and > ' showing him how to manipulate the hand control lever and the foot-rod operating rudder, I can teach him to fly without the slightest damage being done to t> e aeroplane. Afterward, when he manes his first ascents alone, there is a rtss of injury to the apparatus hv an injudicious descent. But it all depends on the man. Lightness of touch is needed In flying? that and level-headedness. The ideal pupil would learn to fly in a day almost, and become a proficient airman without breaking a skid or a stay." The damage that can be done by a bad descent was indicated rather quaintly by one airman of experience, who contends that "you can smash up a machine apparently quite badly, and yet the repair bill will not be more than ?100. An awkward landing, causing the breaking of a skid or several wooden stays, will not cost more than two or? three pounds." After a man has learned to fly at some training aerodrome, and is ready to take his machine home with him, he should have ready for his use a field at least 3J0 yards square for the run along the ground which is necessary to gain the impetus uy which iu nuoi iuiu mc ?.*?. As he beconies more expert less maneuvering room will be necessary. He must also erect a shed in which to have the aeroplane housed. This he can build for ?100. An elaborate hangar with a concrete floor and a small repair shop in one , ? corner of it may cost ?300 or ?400. Services of Mechanic. ' To a beginner who is not well acquaint- t ed with aeroplane motors the services of * a special mechanic will be essential. The salary of a reliable man?one who thoroughly understands the delicate "tuning up" process necessary every now and then with aeroplanes?ranges from ?3 to ?5 a week. Two or three odd men are generally necessary, at the commencement of each flight, to assist in maneuvering the aeroplane from point to point. The actual cost of flying, while in the air, varies enormously according to the engine used. "On my Farman, with the Gnome motor," Mr. Grahame-Whlte once said, "I And I use four gallons of petrol in an hour's (light. At Is id a gallon this represents 4s 8d. Then there is quite a gallon and a half of special lubricating oil to add to this, representing a cost of 7s 6d- Thus the total cost of an hour's flight is 12s 2d. During an hour I should have traversed forty-live milesTherefore, the cost of my flight would be slightly less than 3\id a mile. Some other motors consume more petrol, but far less oil. It is a question of construction and power. But when the aeroplane Is quite a practical machine, flying will be far cheaper than, motoring. There will be no heavy tire bills and no wear and tear from the vibration of the roads. Sufllciept fabric to reclothe the planes of a Farman machine costs about ?40 ^ Minor renewals involve little expense. # With careful handling experts agree that an aeroplane should last quite a Ions ^ time?certainly longer than a year. , EYES LASTED CENTTOY. ' Civil War Veteran Dies at 103 Years of Age. WATERBURT, Conn., August 11.?James Wall, the oldest man In the state of Connecticut, died in his home here Sunday, aged 103. Wall va8 born in Ireland in 1307. As a child he heard the news of Waterloo and only a few days before his death he told the story of the excitement which ran through Ireland when the news came of Napoleon's death. He came to this country in 1842 In 1861. although then flfty-flve years old, he enlisted In the 9th Connecticut ? the Fighting Wth? and served through the civil war. From boyhood he was a user of tobacco and liquor. Saturday night lie smoked his last pipe. .Cut plug and mountain dew kept him easy in his mind, he said. He was also an habitual voter for Bryan, but after the last election he said he had overcome that habit. He never wore spectacles, heard perfectly and maintained a standing challenge to lick any man of his age. Michael F. McComick. employed with the Cumberland Valley Railroad Company t since 1847. died of general debility at his 1 home. Camp Hill# Md. "' a'